Spamalot took on a Black Country backdrop when comedian Phill Jupitus and his merry men visited DZG.
The much-acclaimed touring Monty Python musical was on stage at Wolverhampton’s Grand Theatre, but Phill, who plays King Arthur, and his knights took time out from rehearsals to visit 11th century Dudley Castle for a photocall. And DZG staff made sure he had a suitable memento of his visit; an adoption pack for his favourite bird – aptly-named snowy owl, Arthur. DZG?CEO?Peter Suddock, who handed over the package said:?”Phill mentioned he was fond of owls so we thought an adoption pack for our very own Arthur would be most suitable.”
TV and radio presenter Phill said:?”It was a really nice gesture. “I?admired Arthur when I?first came on site, and now he’s my very own.” Phill joins DZG’s Hall of Fame adopters including Lenny Henry, Katherine Jenkins, Paul O’Grady, Sir Digby Jones, Status Quo and Julie Walters and HRH the Duchess of Cornwall. CAPTIONS: TOP: Comedian Phill Jupitus with DZG?Assistant Presenter Amy Hickman and his adopted owl, Arthur, at Dudley Castle. RIGHT: Phill receives his adoption pack from DZG?CEO?Peter Suddock.